Jul 12, 1975

Proceedings: Home treatment of chronic respiratory insufficiency: inhalation of beta stimulators

Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift
C Messerli

Abstract

In the author's experience, the longterm treatment of chronic obstructive lung disease should be supplemented by continuous selective stimulation of the adrenergic beta-receptors in the smooth bronchial muscles. The following procedure is recommended: inhalation of 15 min 3 times daily using an adequate aerosol with a powered nebulizer (Pari-Privat), with 2-3 ml Tyloxapol carrier solution or saline with 5 drops salbutamol.

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Respiratory Therapy
Bronchial System
Sultanol
Adrenergic beta-Agonists
PARPBP gene
Respiratory Failure
Home Nursing
F2R
Genus Paris
Beta-adrenergic receptor

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